Corporate governance is a measure of how well companies are run and keep their promises. The Globe and Mail has done an annual study for the last 10 years. Here are some of the biggest scandals: Enron (2001), Worldcom (2002), Nortel (2003), Parmalat (2003), Tyco (2005), HP (2006), RIM (2006-2007) and Olympus (2011). Do you remember why? We last looked at the 2007 rankings. It's time for an update.
This podcast accompanies a blog post at Riscario Insider: http://blog.riscario.com/2011/12/keeping-promises-corporate-governance.html
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